The fame of Cabo Verde flavors run the world, with justified reasons. The country’s cuisine reflects the richness of backgrounds and the diversity of traditions of the people who gathered in the archipelago and formed the universalist culture that is rooted here.

As natural as it is for an archipelago located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Cabo Verde cuisine is rich in dishes based on a variety of fish and seafood. Just mentioning it is enough to leave the visitors mouthwatering.

Confectionary abounds, so desserts are indispensable in a meal, not to mention the cheese produced on Santo Antão island, which has already won the title of world heritage of taste.


And there’s also wine. The visitors should try the wine produced on the island of Fogo.

Grog, a drink produced from the fermentation of sugar cane, is more alcoholic.